Minutes: April 13, 2011 Public Hearing Cedar/Nachreiner

Village of Plain

Public Hearing

Cedar Street & Nachreiner Avenue Special Assessments

April 13, 2011


A Public Hearing was held by the Village of Plain Board of Trustees at the Municipal Building on April 13, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.  The following members were present:  Raymond Ellenbolt, President; Cole Brunson; Kevin Kraemer; and, Robert Neuheisel, Trustees. Trustee Robert Jewell and John Schluter were absent.


Others Present: Phil Studnicka; Barb Studnicka; Travis Studnicka; Matthew Slaney; Joshua Schluter; Joseph Schluter; Jason Kraemer; Walter Gerber; and, Bob Brookens of the Home News


Notice of this public hearing was posted on March 30, 2011 in the following locations in the Village of Plain:  Municipal Building, Plain Post Office and The Peoples Community Bank.  A Class 1 Notice was published in the Home News on March 30, 2011.


The following property owners were mailed notice of the Hearing on March 29, 2011:

Daniel Riek, c/o Marion Liegel; David & Darlene Meixelsperger; Julie McLimans, Etal., c/o Mary Anne Liegel; Elena Dummer; Delmar Ring; Gary Weiss; Robert & Joanne Neuheisel; Tyler Bongard & Kim Burkee; Jason Kraemer; Joshua & Joseph Schluter; LuAnne Laubmeier, Etal., c/o Cletus & Dorothy Alt; and, Donald & JoAnn Hubbard.


The public hearing was called to order by President Ellenbolt at 7:00 p.m.  The purpose of the public hearing was to provide the property owners of Cedar Street and Nachreiner Avenue an opportunity to comment upon the proposed construction project.


Jason Kraemer and Joshua Schluter would like a large tree removed by their properties that is heaving the current sidewalk.


Jason Kraemer also would like to pour a new driveway with the new sidewalk going in. The board directed him to talk to the contractor as it is between them and the Village is not involved.


Bob Neuheisel is discussing his new sidewalk with Westbrook Associates to make sure everything is done appropriately. Curb and gutter appears to be in the plans to be installed on the east side of his lot to his driveway.


Brunson motioned to adjourn.  This was seconded by Kraemer, and carried unanimously at 7:16 p.m.





Sheila Tafs